Now it seems Mark Hamill still has his fingers still crossed for the voice role that’s having career resurgence with his return as the Trickster in The Flash, and the role that put him in the spotlight as Luke Skywalker the stars seemed to be aligned.
My fingers are still crossed! https://t.co/3DphI8ZS06— Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) July 28, 2015
Hamill originated the voice of the character and fans are still hoping now he gets that chance to come out of retirement one more time to voice Batman’s most iconic villain The Joker. If things go with everyone way let’s hope they also cast Kevin Conroy to have a little Batman: The Animated Series reunion, which will also include Melissa Gilbert as Barbara Gordon/Batgirl.
But unfortunately we won’t be hearing Bob Hasting as the actor passed away last year. Still everyone can dream just to have Kevin Conroy as Bruce Wayne/Batman again go up Hamill’s Joker in this direct-to-video animated film.
Batman: The Killing Joke originally released in 1986 collected in prestige format written by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland. The award-winning graphic novel defined the closest thing to a Joker origin that sums up what one bad day is enough to drive the person insane in the story. This precedes him to experiment to test the theory on Commissioner Gordon and his daughter Barbara.